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A new collaboration between the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and prison inmates aims to build empathy, self-esteem, writing skills and community engagement.
Three long serving arts company Directors retire, contracts renewed at the top, and a leading soprano heads West.
Internationally respected and recognised, Dr Yunupingu performed in his native Yolngu language for royalty and presidents.
The 2017 Helpmann Awards were presented tonight in Sydney; here’s a complete list of award winners.
From Darwin to Footscray, change is afoot in numerous organisations, including the craft, screen and festival sectors.
New Chair for ICE, new CEO for National Trust, and new Patron in Chief for Opera Australia.
Entries are now open for the 2018 Keir Choreographic Award, which also presents a $10,000 Audience Choice Award.
The new program will support three independent companies across two years, providing them with space to create and present work in 2018-19.
This week sees NT songwriters shine, South Australian artists awarded at a gala celebration, and Waverley art winners showcased at Woollahra Art School.
New CEO for Film and Sound Archive, and Producers announced for Regional Centre for Culture.
Get ready, the Globe Theatre is coming to town.
A new report has found that private support for the arts has grown in Australia over the past six years, a trend that is escalating.
Commonwealth Games Commission, BalletLab Award for contemporary art and Creative Partnerships winners.
The shortlist for the 50th Annual AWGIE Awards features nominees across 19 categories, including feature film, television, theatre and interactive media.
Saluting those who have achieved in the arts – we raise our cap to this week's award winners.
Australia’s major symphony orchestras have welcomed a world-first report into workplace safety and the health of their musicians.
Fragmenting audiences, decolonisation, and arts centres muscling in on their territory: what do the coming years hold for our arts festivals and how will they evolve?
A pervasive ideology has encouraged us to see individuals, not a society; to think of competition as natural and emphasise growth at all costs. What damage has this done to creativity?
Can mathematics help us measure what’s sublime or ineffable about a piece of music?
This month La Mama Theatre celebrates its 50th anniversary. How different would Australian culture be without it?
Commemorating 70 years of Fringe Festivals, World Fringe Day takes place on 11 July. But is the Fringe model still working?
If we want to see more culturally diverse audiences and artists, we have to develop hands on – not token – engagement with CALD communities.
Across the Australian jazz industry, women are disturbingly under-represented. Why, and what can be done to amend this imbalance?
Victoria’s Shadow Minister for the Arts and Culture responds to the first year of the Creative State policy and the recent State Budget.
Childlessness is often regarded as a necessary sacrifice for a creative career, especially for women.
Festival audiences become part of a collective experience giving individuals a sense of community all humans need.
An Indigenous Festival director is using the psychology of hope to reframe cultural exchange.
The assumptions that makes amateur theatre an old joke are really a power play that creates a fall guy for culturally privileged professionals.
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The Sydney Symphony Orchestra performs Mahler’s grandest work with panache.
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